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By Kevin Unitt 08/08 Updated: 08/08 14:10
YOUNG mums fancying a career in fashion which fits around their lives can find out more at a recruitment drive in Kenilworth next month.
Swedish children's clothing brand me&i are holding the event, from 10am to 2pm on Sunday September 16, at the Almanack pub in Abbey End.
The company has taken Scandinavia by storm, selling exclusively via its dedicated network of personal shoppers, and is now a growing phenomenon in the UK.
The hunt is on for more fashion savvy new representatives to become part of what is fast becoming the hottest trend in children's clothing.
Those attending the Kenilworth event can see the quality clothes up close and hear about what it's like being a me&i representative from people who are already doing it and why it's becoming the family friendly career of choice for so many mums.
A spokesperson said: “If you love cool children's clothes, enjoy getting out-and-about and meeting other like-mind mums and are looking for a new challenge that will allow you to combine working in fashion with family or other commitments, me&i is designed perfectly to fit your needs.”
Visit www.meandi.eu for more information or contact Pernilla Kemp on 07725 030821.
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